For Mike Rizzo, Matt Williams and Max Scherzer, the Nationals' signing of the latter to a seven-year, $210 million free agent deal in many ways brought a relationship that developed years ago full
NATIONALS PARK -- On a day full of smiles and laughs, the Nationals unveiled their greatest free agent signing in franchise history.
The Washington Nationals will introduce their newest acquisition on Wednesday, as star pitcher Max Scherzer will meet with the media for the first time since signing a 7-year, $210 million deal.
Aside from the still-up-in-the-air situation at second base, the Nationals know who's going to be in their regular 2015 starting lineup.
In winning their second NL East title in three years, qualifying for the playoffs, winning 10 straight games at one point and completing the team's first no-hitter, the Washington Nationals provid